Pumpkin Chowder

I called this stew a chowder because of it’s rich creamy thick broth. Traditionally chowders are made with heavy cream and have chunks of seafood. The most common being clam chowder. Nowadays there are many creative versions of chowder recipes and I’m adding one more to the clan!

My Pumpkin Chowder is a rich and delicious stew, and healthy. It will make a perfect appetizer or side dish for the winter holiday parties.

Ingredients:

  • Roasted Sugar Pumpkin
  • Chicken Stock
  • Cranberry Chutney
  • Chicken Sausage with Apple
  • Yukon Potatoes
  • Celery
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Pumpkin Chowder

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